2014 November: UsTOO – Seattle: Dr. Edward Weber

Us TOO presents:

Dr. Edward Weber
Dr. Weber will be available to answer patients and family questions.  Come prepared with your personal concerns and questions relating to your health. We will try to get everyone in attendance time to discuss all their concerns and receive feedback from the group.
He will also talk about:
Multiparametric MRI to replace biopsys when a patient is on active surveillance.
“Undetectable PSA”, its messurement and management implications.
 
NOTE –  There will not be a meeting in December. We will meet again January 19 th. 
     Any questions call me at 425 369 2552.
 
     Have a happy, HEALTHY New Year.

UsTOO – Tacoma January: Dr. Timothy Brand

SAVE THE DATE – January 27

Multidisciplinary Approach to Treating Prostate Cancer and  an Open Forum Q & A

Dr.Timothy Brand, MD
Dr. Timothy Brand, MD will be available to answer general questions about prostate cancer.  Bring a friend!!

Tuesday, January 27 6:00-8:30PM

University Place Presbyterian Church

8101 27th St W, University Place 98466

 

For questions or more information,

Contact Bob Freeborn:

Hm 253-566-1651

Cell 253-228-3616

UsTOO Tacoma – November: Dr. Jim Huehnergarth

THE IMPORTANCE OF PATHOLOGY IN DIAGNOSIS

The Pathology of Prostate Cancer and an Open Forum Q & A

Dr. Jim Huehnergrath M.D. will be with us to present information on the Gleason grading system and it’s importance in helping our health care team determine the best course of action to treat prostate cancer.  He encourages interactive discussion and will be happy to answer your questions.    Dr. Huehnergrath is a graduate of Oregon Health and Science University and has more than 33 years anatomical pathology and clinical pathology experience.

Tuesday, November 25 6:00-8:30PM

University Place Presbyterian Church

8101 27th St W, University Place 98466

 Schedule

6:00-7:00: Meet with men who have been recently diagnosed or who have a rising PSA after treatment.

7:00-7:15: Chapter business and membership concerns.  

 7:15-8:15:  The role of pathology in diagnosis of PCa is probably one of the least understood areas.   What does a Gleason 4+3 really mean?  Dr. Jim Huehnergarth, a recently retired Pathologist, will be here to help educate us in the importance and role of pathology in correctly diagnosing and making treatment decisions for our cancer.  Hope to see you there.

 

For questions or more information

Jack Hudspeth:

Hm 253-927-2217

Cell 253-381-8831

UsTOO in Seattle: Dr. John Gore

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2014 UsTOO Tacoma – October: Tricia Sinek

DIET AND NUTRITION FOR CANCER SURVIVORS

October Fruit bowl

 One of your favorites, Tricia Sinek from Franciscan Health System will be with us to talk about diet and nutrition as it relates to cancer.  She will give us the latest information on what the important food groups are to maintain a health diet and what foods within those groups are good and bad to eat.

As always, there will be lots of time for questions.  This is a great meeting to bring a friend.  It doesn’t matter if they have cancer or not as this information applies to everyone.  Hope to see you there!

 

Tuesday, October 28th, 6:00-8:30PM

University Place Presbyterian Church, 8101 27th St W, University Place 98466

 

For questions or more information:

Jack Hudspeth: Hm 253-927-2217

Cell 253-381-8831

Tacoma – September: Dr. Bill Dean

SAVE THE DATE – September 23rd

Ayurvedic Medicine and Open Forum Q & A

Video: HERE

Dr. Bill Dean, who has been with us before as a local urologist, returns after completing training in Ayurvedic medicine, a system of Hindu traditional medicine that is used as a form of alternative medicine.  It is currently integrated into the Indian National health care system and is used in state hospitals across the United States.  How does this relate to my prostate cancer treatment you ask?  Well, come and find out as Dr. Dean is known for his innovative approaches to prostate problems.  He will also be available to answer general questions about prostate cancer.  Bring a friend!!

Tuesday, September 23rd, 6:00-8:30PM

University Place Presbyterian Church
8101 27th St W, University Place 98466

 

For questions or more information,

call Bob Freeborn: Hm 253-566-1651 Cell 253-228-3616

UsTOO Tacoma: Dr. Timothy Brand, MD, Lt/Col USA

SAVE THE DATE

TACOMA PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORT GROUP

Dr.Timothy Brand, MD, Lt/Col USA will be with us to tell us about the Madigan Hospital team approach to treating prostate cancer.  Dr. Brand will join our roundtable discussion and you will have time to ask questions.

 

HOW THE ARMY DOES IT – OPEN FORUM DISCUSSION AND Q & A

 

Tuesday, August 26, 6:00-8:15PM

University Place Presbyterian Church, 8101 27th St W,University Place 98466

 

6:00-7:00: Meet with men who have been recently diagnosed or who have a rising PSA after treatment.

 

7:00-7:15: Chapter business and membership concerns. 

 

7:15-8:15: Dr. (Lt. Colonel) Timothy Brand, Director of Urology Residency and assistant professor of surgery at Madigan Army MedicalCenter will be with us to tell us about the Army’s team approach in treating prostate cancer.  He will also be available for an open forum discussion and will take any questions we have.  Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of the Army’s most experienced surgeons and expert in the treatment of prostate cancer.

 

For questions or more information, call Jack Hudspeth: Hm 253-927-2217 Cell 253-381-8831

Tacoma – May – Frank Kim, M.D.

 

Tacoma PCaG

Presents

ALL ABOUT PROSTATE CANCER

 
WHEN:    Tuesday, May 27th, 6:00-8:15 PM
 
WHERE: University Place Presbyterian Church
                     8101 27th St W
                     University Place 98466
 

Schedule

 
6:00-7:00: Meet with men who have been recently diagnosed or who have a rising PSA after treatment.
 
7:00-7:15: Chapter business and membership concerns.
 
7:15-8:15: Guest Speaker Dr. Frank Kim, well-known urologist from MultiCare, will be with us to discuss a variety of topics related to prostate cancer and answer all of your questions.  This will be a format similar to the one with Dr. Sutherland a couple of months ago.  Dr. Kim is a experienced surgeon and is also trained in incontinence and erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment.  This is a program you won’t want to miss.

 

Frank Y. Kim, M.D.    Frank Y. Kim, M.D.

“I believe that medicine should be delivered in a way that is personal where there is mutual respect between the patient and physician. Clearly, the new advances in medicine should be implemented once proven its effectiveness. However the new technologies should not replace the personal and trusting relationship between patient and physician.”I am passionate about urology for many reasons. One of the more important reasons is that, at many times, I have many options in treating a certain urologic condition. Depending on the patient wishes and the life stage that he or she may be in, I am able to help my patients choose the right treatment, whether that is medical treatment or surgery, and if it is surgery, what type of surgery would be most appropriate for that particular patient.”Dr. Frank Kim attended Brown University in Rhode Island, where he graduated with Magna Cum Laude. He received his medical degree at University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine in Illinois. His urology residency was completed at Cornell Medical Center in New York. He received a Health Professions Scholarship with the United States Air Force where he served as the Assistant Chief of Urology at Malcolm Grow Medical Center on Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland. Dr. Kim has published original research in some of the most well-respected urology journals.Dr. Kim and his wife, Anne, and their two daughters moved to Tacoma, WA in 2002. They have enjoyed the great northwest beauty ever since. He enjoys golfing, fishing, and traveling.

For questions or more information:

Jack Hudspeth:

Hm 253-927-2217

Cell 253-381-8831

 

Centralia – June James F. Raymond, MD.

Us TOO Southwest Washington Prostate Cancer Support Group

June 26, 2014

June:  James F Raymond, MD.  Dr. Raymond attended the University of Michigan, the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Texas and earned his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine. He completed his postgraduate training at Good Samaritan and Emanuel Hospitals in Portland, Oregon, and the University of Washington Medical Center. He was certified by the American Board of Radiology in Therapeutic Radiology in 1998 and practiced in Cody, Wyoming, before joining Radiant Care Radiation Oncology in 2003. His professional affiliations include the American College of Radiology, the American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, the Washington State Medical Association, Thurston-Mason County Medical Society, Association of Freestanding Radiation Oncology Centers and American Society of Clinical Oncology. He is on staff at Providence St. Peter Hospital, Providence Centralia Hospital and Grays Harbor Community Hospital.

Centralia – May Cobie Whitten, PhD.

Us TOO Southwest Washington Prostate Cancer Support Group

May 24, 2014

Upcoming Speaker:      Cobie Whitten, PhD.  Dr. Whitten has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.She has extensive experience working with cancer patients and currently co-chairs the Survivorship, Palliative Care and End-of-Life Issues Taskforce of Washington CARES About Cancer and is a faculty member at Harmony Hill Retreat Center. Previously, Dr. Whitten worked for the Washington State Department of Health in the Washington Breast & Cervical Health Program and has taught at Saint Martin’s University. Her passion is creating survivorship services for cancer patients and their families at all points along the cancer continuum.

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